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There are more than a dozen ski resorts spread across the corner of the Alps that extends into Slovenia’s northern region. These resorts are fully maintained and offer plenty of winter enjoyment. One of the best things about the Slovenia ski resorts is that most of them have extended illuminated ski slopes which provides ‘anytime' skiing. Another advantage is that almost all of Slovenia’s ski centres feature direct access to and from the lowlands.
There is a resort in Slovenia for every level of skier, beginners can head to Rogla where one of the best skiing schools of Slovenia operates while more advanced skiers should try the pistes at the Vogel resort in the Julian Alps. With the highest peaks in the Julian Alps provide enough skiing until April. The most famous resort in Slovenia is the Kranjska Gora resort it is a classic Alpine resort which is surrounded by the magnificent peaks of the Julian Alps and stunning scenery.
One of the most distinguishing features of the Slovenia resorts are their small size and the affordable prices, the lift passes are much cheaper than those in the French and Swiss resorts. Skiing opportunities in Slovenia have greatly increased over the last couple of years with new lifts and pistes being created. Slovenia offers cross-country skiing through mountain trails, ski touring, snowmobile rides, and tourist rides on dog sleds or horse-drawn sleighs.
Planica, a resort in north-western Slovenia, was the first ski jump spot which was built in 1934 and is famous for holding the ski jumping and flying world championship each year. Slovenia also hosts two other major ski jumping World Cup competitions each year, the men’s alpine skiing in Kranjska Gora and the women’s alpine events in Maribor.